This Note addresses international trafficking of women for the sex trade. Part I describes the existing laws that prohibit trafficking of women for the sex trade internationally, within the European Union ("EU"), and in the United States. Part I also explains how these laws can be used to combat global trafficking of women. Part II analyzes existing anti-trafficking laws in the relevant international treaties, the EU, and in the Unites States. Part II explores experts' opinions on the shortcomings of the existing laws for effective prevention of trafficking. Part III advocates that a comprehensive approach is necessary to eradicate international trafficking of women for the sex trade.
Putting the Brakes on the Global Trafficking of Women for the Sex Trade: An Analysis of Existing Regulatory Schemes to Stop the Flow of Traffic,
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